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Introduction to Law Enforcement

$7.00 lab fee Prerequisite: Admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program. By the end of the course students should be able to understand the values and ethics required for criminal justice officers, understand the consequences of sexual harassment, describe the criminal justice system, and describe the structure of criminal justice agencies. This is a limited access course. It requires admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program.

Credit hours: .3
Lecture hours: .66

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Introduction to Law Enforcement

$7.00 lab fee Prerequisite: Admission to the Law Enforcement Training Program and permission of Law Enforcement Program Coordinator. This course is part of the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission Law Enforcement Basic Recruit certification program. By the end of this course students should be able to understand the values and ethics required for criminal justice officers; understand the consequences of sexual harassment; and, be able to describe the criminal justice system. This is a limited access course. It requires admission to the Law Enforcement Training Program.

Credit hours: .4
Lecture hours: .73

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Legal

Prerequisite: Admission to the Law Enforcement Training Program and permission of Law Enforcement Program Coordinator. This course is part of the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission Law Enforcement Basic Recruit certification program. By the end of this course, students should understand the Fourth Amendment related to search and seizure; know what constitutes a lawful arrest; understand the Fifth and Sixth Amendments related to the interrogation of suspects; determine when a crime has been committed and the elements necessary to make an arrest for that crime; understand the legal rules and concepts of evidence; know how to draft a probable cause affidavit; be able to articulate the legal justification for the use of force; understand civil and criminal liability related to an officer's performance of duties; understand an officer's duties and options in civil (non-criminal) incidents; and be familiar with the legal considerations when dealing with juveniles. This is a limited access course. It requires admission to the Law Enforcement Training Program.

Credit hours: 2.3
Lecture hours: 4.6

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Human Issues

Credit hours: 1.3
Lecture hours: 2.66

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Legal

Prerequisite: Admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program. By the end of the course students should understand the Fourth Amendment related to search and seizure, know what constitutes a lawful arrest, understand the Fifth and Sixth Amendments related to the interrogation of suspects, determine when a crime has been committed and the elements necessary to make an arrest for that crime, understand the legal rules and concepts of evidence, be able to articulate the legal justification for the use of force, understand civil and criminal liability related to an officer's performance of duties, understand an officer's duties and options in civil (noncriminal) incidents, and be familiar with the legal considerations when dealing with juveniles. This is a limited access course. It requires admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program.

Credit hours: 2.1
Lecture hours: 4.13

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Interactions in a Diverse Community

Prerequisite: Admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program. By the end of the course students should be able to identify the elements of, and barriers to, effective communication. This is a limited access course. It requires admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program.

Credit hours: 1.3
Lecture hours: 2.66

0014
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Interviewing and Report Writing

Prerequisite: Admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program. By the end of the course students should be able to prepare and conduct basic interviews, gather information, take notes, identify signs of deception, obtain statements; identify types of reports, forms, and logs, including crimes, incidents, use of force, disciplinary, traffic crashes; organize information chronologically and categorically; write reports, apply appropriate grammar and mechanics, apply agency procedures, evaluate report prior to submission, and draft probable cause affidavits. This is a limited access course. It requires admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program.

Credit hours: 1.9
Lecture hours: 3.73

0017
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Communications

Credit hours: 2.5
Lecture hours: 5.06

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Law Enforcement CMS Vehicle Operations

$20.00 lab fee This course is part of the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission Law Enforcement Basic Recruit CMS Certification Program. This course is designed to prepare prospective officers to apply vehicle operations knowledge, principles and techniques to the police driving environment. This course includes classroom instruction and practical application on the driving range. This is a limited access course requiring admission to the Criminal Justice Training Academy Law Enforcement Training Program.

Credit hours: 1.5
Lecture hours: 3

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CMS First Aid for Criminal Justice Officers

$19.00 lab fee This course is part of the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission's CMS Basic Recruit Certification Program. It is designed to prepare prospective officers to apply first aid knowledge and techniques to medical emergency situations. This course involves classroom lecture and hands-on practical demonstration. This is a limited access course requiring admission to the Criminal Justice Training Academy Law Enforcement Program or Correctional Officer Program.

Credit hours: 1.3
Lecture hours: 3

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Law Enforcement CMS Criminal Justice Firearms

$460.00 lab fee This course is part of the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission's CMS Basic Recruit Certification Program. At the end of this course, students should be able to demonstrate safe weapon handling, weapons cleaning and maintenance, handgun drawing and holstering, weapon loading and unloading, basic shooting principles, proficiency on the CJSTC basic firearms courses of firing with a handgun during daylight and nighttime, and a shotgun during daylight. This is a limited access course and requires admission to the Law Enforcement Training Program or Correctional Officer Training Program.

Credit hours: 2.7
Lecture hours: 5.33

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CMS Criminal Justice Defensive Tactics

$11.00 lab fee This course is part of the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission Basic Recruit Certification Program. This course is designed to better prepare prospective officers to control subjects and defend themselves using appropriate defensive tactics. At the end of this course, students should be able to make an accurate threat assessment of a situation, use force appropriate to the subject resistance and situational factors, demonstrate a prevailing attitude and the willingness and ability to fight when necessary, use integrated force options, escalate, de-escalate, or disengage in a situation as appropriate, perform defensive tactics techniques with proficiency. This is a limited access course and requires admission to the Law Enforcement Training Program or Correctional Officer Training Program.

Credit hours: 2.7
Lecture hours: 5.33

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Patrol 1

Prerequisite: Admission to Law Enforcement Training Program and permission of the Law Enforcement Program Coordinator. This course is part of the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission Law Enforcement Basic Recruit certification program. By the end of this course students should understand Community Oriented Policing and how it is implemented as a problem-solving model; identify the SECURE problem-solving model and its application in real life situations; understand officer safety issues; identify and avoid fatal errors; identify and manage stress; maintain mental and physical fitness; respond to a call; approach a suspect; make an arrest; transport a prisoner and process the prisoner at a detention facility; understand how to direct traffic and how to enforce traffic citations; identify how to respond to alarms and conduct a building search; and search, inventory and impound vehicles. This is a limited access course and requires admission to the Law Enforcement Training Program.

Credit hours: 1.9
Lecture hours: 3.86

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Patrol 2

Prerequisite: Admission to Law Enforcement Training Program and permission of the Law Enforcement Program Coordinator. This course is part of the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission Law Enforcement Basic Recruit certification program. By the end of this course students should be able to complete and pass Unit 1, ICS-100 Introduction to the Incident Management System and Unit 2, IS-700 National Incident Management System (NIMS); identify the crowd control procedures to safely and effectively disperse or control a large group of people; identify issues affecting an officer's ability to protect and enforce the law when dealing with criminal street gangs and extremist groups; understand local emergency response plans; law enforcement duty-to-act requirements and their role as first responders; be aware of hazardous material class, name or identification numbers; identify actions to take to isolate a HAZMAT incident and choose protective actions to take in accordance with the Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG); describe methamphetamine, methamphetamine users, and the paraphernalia and chemicals used to manufacture methamphetamine; respond to a bomb threat, assess the scene, search and evacuate a building or suspected bomb sight; identify weapons of mass destruction (WMD), and properly respond to a WMD incident. This is a limited access course and requires admission to the Law Enforcement Training Program.

Credit hours: 1.3
Lecture hours: 2.66

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Fundamentals of Patrol

Prerequisite: Admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program. By the end of the course students should be able to use radio equipment properly, identify the uses of mobile computer devices, and understand the uses of FCIC/NCIC/NLETS and other electronic database resources; understand community-oriented policing and how it is implemented as a problem-solving model, and identify the SARA problem-solving model and its application in real life situations; understand officer safety issues, identify and avoid fatal errors, identify and manage stress, and maintain mental and physical fitness; and prepare to patrol, know what a BOLO is and how to create and cancel a BOLO, respond to a call, approach a suspect, set up a perimeter, conduct a building search, make an arrest, transport a prisoner, and process the prisoner at a detention facility. This is a limited access course. It requires admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program.

Credit hours: 1.1
Lecture hours: 2.33

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Calls for Service

Prerequisite: Admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program. By the end of the course students should be able to respond to calls for service, including well-being and security checks, building alarms, environmental hazards, transportation requests, animal complaints, death notifications, and special event security; respond to disturbances, including crowd control, civil disturbances, civil standbys, and disorderly or irate people; respond to court orders, including arrests and civil processes, and assist with the execution of search warrants; respond to calls concerning vehicle fires, unattended, abandoned, or disabled vehicles, and roadway obstructions or damage; enforce parking violations, impound a vehicle, direct vehicle traffic, and direct pedestrian traffic; respond to people in crisis, including suicide incidents, threats from mental impairments, and situations involving alcohol or substance abuse. This is a limited access course. It requires admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program.

Credit hours: 1.2
Lecture hours: 2.4

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Criminal Investigations

Credit hours: 1.9
Lecture hours: 3.73

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Crime Scene Investigations

Credit hours: .8
Lecture hours: 1.6

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Criminal Investigations

Prerequisite: Admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program. By the end of the course students should be able to conduct an initial investigation of crimes against persons, society, property, and economic crimes. This is a limited access course. It requires admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program.

Credit hours: 1.7
Lecture hours: 3.3

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Crime Scene to Courtroom

Prerequisite: Admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program. By the end of the course students should be able to process a crime scene, conduct a follow-up investigation, and provide testimony in different types of court proceedings. This is a limited access course. It requires admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program.

Credit hours: 1.1
Lecture hours: 2.3

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Traffic Stops

Credit hours: .8
Lecture hours: 1.5

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DUI Traffic Stops

Credit hours: .8
Lecture hours: 1.5

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DUI Traffic Stops

Prerequisite: Admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program. By the end of the course students should be able to understand the problem of and solutions for DUI, identify the DUI laws and related legal issues, identify the signs of alcohol or drug impairment, conduct a DUI traffic stop, follow the three-phase process of a DUI contact, demonstrate proficiency in conducting the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, make an arrest decision based on specific clues, accurately complete the required documentation for a DUI arrest, and provide clear and convincing evidence of DUI in court testimony. This is a limited access course. It requires admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program.

Credit hours: .8
Lecture hours: 1.6

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Traffic Crash Investigations

Credit hours: 1.1
Lecture hours: 2.13

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Traffic Stops

Prerequisite: Admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program. By the end of the course students should be able to safely pull over a vehicle; identify and articulate the stop/violation; obtain necessary information from the driver/passenger; safely complete the stop; safely effect an arrest; and accurately complete the required documentation for a traffic stop. This is a limited access course. It requires admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program.

Credit hours: 1
Lecture hours: 2

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Traffic Crash Investigations

Prerequisite: Admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program. By the end of the course students should be able to define and explain the terms and legal considerations associated with crash investigations, respond to a crash scene safely, assess a crash scene properly, secure a safe work environment at a crash scene, provide emergency medical assistance to injured people at a crash scene if necessary, obtain pertinent information about a crash to determine how and why it occurred, identify crimes revealed during a crash investigation if any, return a crash scene to normal as quickly as possible, complete driver exchange of information properly, take appropriate enforcement action, and document a crash correctly in appropriate crash report form. This is a limited access course. It requires admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program.

Credit hours: 1.1
Lecture hours: 2.13

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Critical Incidents

Prerequisite: Admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program. By the end of the course students should be able to complete and pass Unit 1, IS-100.LEb, Introduction to the Incident Command System and Unit 2, IS-700.a, National Incident Management (NIMS), An Introduction ; understand local emergency response plans, law enforcement duty-to-act requirements, and the role of law enforcement officers as first responders; know how to respond to an active shooter incident; plan for response to a natural disaster; identify weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and properly respond to a WMD incident, including IEDs and VBIEDs; be aware of hazardous material class, name or identification number, identify actions to take to isolate a hazmat incident and choose protective actions to take in accordance with the Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG); recognize the indicators of and paraphernalia used in the manufacture of methamphetamine; describe the indicators of chemical suicide; properly respond to a bomb threat, and assess the scene. This is a limited access course. It requires admission to the Law Enforcement Officer or Criminal Justice Technology program.

Credit hours: 1.5
Lecture hours: 2.93

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Criminal Justice Officer Physical Fitness Training

Prerequisite: Admission to Law Enforcement Training Program and permission of the Law Enforcement Program Coordinator. This course is part of the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission Law Enforcement Basic Recruit certification program. By the end of this course students should be able to improve their scores on the final fitness evaluation; and adopt a foundation for lifelong fitness. This is a limited access course. It requires admission to the Law Enforcement Training Program.

Credit hours: 2
Lecture hours: 4

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Correctional Officer Interpersonal Skills II

Credit hours: 1.5
Lecture hours: 1.5

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Criminal Justice Legal I

Credit hours: 1.5
Lecture hours: 1.5

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Correctional Officer Legal II

Credit hours: 1
Lecture hours: 1

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Introduction to Corrections

$7.00 lab fee Prerequisite: Admission to the Criminal Justice Training Academy or special permission of the Chair of Public Safety. This course provides an overview of the correctional officer training program and the requirements for becoming a certified officer. This course will also help to provide a legal basis from which students may begin to function as correctional officers and gives instruction on basic criminal justice values, ethics and ways to demonstrate professionalism when interacting with others. Students will also learn the command structure within a criminal justice agency. This is a limited access course and requires admission to the law enforcement training program or correctional officer training program.

Credit hours: 1
Lecture hours: 1

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Communications

Prerequisite: Admission to the Criminal Justice Training Academy or special permission of the Chair of Public Safety. This course provides practical communications skills that will assist new correctional officers in managing and supervising inmates, giving directions, answering questions, and interacting with others in a professional and safe manner. This is a limited access course and requires admission to the law enforcement program.

Credit hours: 1.3
Lecture hours: 1.3

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Officer Safety

Prerequisite: Admission to the Criminal Justice Training Academy or special permission of the Chair of Public Safety. This course provides an overview of safety and security concerns, identification, manipulation and deception, contraband, and searches correctional officers deal with on a daily basis. This is a limited access course and requires admission to the law enforcement program.

Credit hours: .5
Lecture hours: .5

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Facility and Equipment

Prerequisite: Admission to the Criminal Justice Training Academy or special permission of the Chair of Public Safety. Correctional officers are responsible for equipment and materials used to keep correctional facilities clean, safe and secure. It is important for a correctional officer to have a basic knowledge of standard equipment used, including weapons, hazardous materials, and sensitive supplies. Officers must be very familiar with common problems found when managing equipment; this course will help them complete their duty to support the safe and efficient operation of equipment, and to provide a safe environment for inmates, staff and visitors. This is a limited access course and requires admission to the law enforcement program.

Credit hours: .3
Lecture hours: .3

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Intake and Release

Prerequisite: Admission to the Criminal Justice Training Academy or special permission of the Chair of Public Safety. This course will introduce students to the intake, classification, and release processes used by county and state correctional facilities. This is a limited access course and requires admission to the law enforcement program.

Credit hours: .6
Lecture hours: .6

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Supervising in a Correctional Facility

Prerequisite: Admission to the Criminal Justice Training Academy or special permission of the Chair of Public Safety. This course will teach students that the primary activity of the correctional officer is the care, custody and control of inmates. By developing supervisory and observational skills, practicing officer safety, and following the policies and procedures of his or her agency, the officer will ensure the safe operation of a correctional facility while fulfilling his or her responsibilities. This is a limited access course and requires admission to the law enforcement program.

Credit hours: 1.3
Lecture hours: 1.3

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Supervising Special Populations

Prerequisite: Admission to Law Enforcement Training Program. This course provides students with the necessary insight needed while supervising special populations housed in county and state correctional facilities. These special populations groups have individual characteristics. The most common of these groups will be discussed in this course. This is a limited access course and requires admission to the law enforcement program.

Credit hours: .7
Lecture hours: .7

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Responding to Incidents and Emergencies

Prerequisite: Admission to the Criminal Justice Training Academy or special permission of the Chair of Public Safety. This course will discuss that one of the most important duties of a correctional officer is to apply knowledge, training and reasonable judgment to ensure the safety and security of all persons at the facility during an emergency this is a limited access course and requires admission to the law enforcement program.

Credit hours: .5
Lecture hours: .5

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Officer Wellness and Physical Abilities

Prerequisite: Admission to the Criminal Justice Training Academy or special permission of the Chair of Public Safety. This course will offer an introduction into the officer wellness and physical abilities standards set forth by the criminal justice standards and training commission. This is a limited access course and requires admission to the law enforcement program.

Credit hours: 1
Lecture hours: 1

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Crossover Program Updates

This course is part of the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Certification Program. This course is the Correctional Crossover Program Updates Section of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission Crossover Training Program for Correctional and Correctional Probation Officers to Law Enforcement. By the end of this course students should understand updated content from the applicable basic recruit training program as provided by the instructor.

Credit hours: .3
Lecture hours: .53

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Dart Firing Stun Gun

$31.00 lab fee Prerequisite: Admission to Law Enforcement Training Program and permission of the Law Enforcement Program Coordinator. This course is part of the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission Law Enforcement Basic Recruit certification program. By the end of this course students be able to identify the use of a dart-firing stun gun (DFSG) in accordance with F.S. §943.1717; identify and articulate CJSTC DFSG considerations and their impact on officers in Florida; identify and articulate the possible effects that a DFSG has on the human body; properly and safely operate a DFSG; articulate (verbally and in reports) the justification for tactical options chosen while participating in DFSG simulated scenarios including the use of verbal skills to de-escalate a situation, and avoid the use of a DFSG. This is a limited access course. It requires admission to the Law Enforcement Training Program.

Credit hours: .3
Lecture hours: .53

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